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African Nova Scotian Senator, activist unpacks local anti-Black racism for HRM council

African Nova Scotian Senator, activist unpacks local anti-Black racism for HRM council

Senator Dr. Wanda Thomas Bernard told regional council, the legacies of historical anti-Black racism are kept alive today through current policies and practices
One killed in Hubley crash that shut down Highway 3

One killed in Hubley crash that shut down Highway 3

The 28-year-old from Cape Breton faces several charges
Nova Scotia looking to increase number of continuing care assistants

Nova Scotia looking to increase number of continuing care assistants

A new pilot project has been launched to help get more people certified
Form for travellers needing to self-isolate now available online

Form for travellers needing to self-isolate now available online

Anyone arriving in the province from outside the Atlantic bubble is required to fill it out
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Ophelia recently had one leg amputated

Adopt Me: Ophelia recently had one leg amputated

She's a smart girl and has adapted quickly to three-legged life
Halifax Regional Police release impaired driving statistics for June

Halifax Regional Police release impaired driving statistics for June

22 people were charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle by alcohol
No COVID-19 cases announced Tuesday

No COVID-19 cases announced Tuesday

The COVID-19 outbreak at Northwood's Halifax campus is considered resolved after completing 28 days with no active cases
Halifax man charged after RCMP say cocaine found in stolen vehicle

Halifax man charged after RCMP say cocaine found in stolen vehicle

The vehicle was pulled over on Highway 103 in Shelburne County after an officer says it was going 165 km/h
RCMP locate woman reported missing <b>(update)</b>

RCMP locate woman reported missing (update)

Police say the 27-year-old is safe
Turbulence in Canadian opinion on airlines COVID-19 response: poll

Turbulence in Canadian opinion on airlines COVID-19 response: poll

Seventy-two per cent of Canadians say they're not comfortable flying since a decision by some airlines to relax their own in-flight physical distancing requirements
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